This is a very large nicely carved reclining Buddha.It was not very crowded at all when we went. We found it worth a visit and for most people it would not be a long stop. There are, however, some other images, ruins and parkland at the far rear of the ruins that are nice. One could either walk there or take whatever their transportation is and walk around and enjoy the area for a bit. The main event, however, is the reclining Buddha. I am a lover of the teachings of the Buddha, so that could make it more meaningful for me than for some.
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